Obama's Final Solution for the USA: De-Development

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    This is why I say we must treat Progressivism like it was smallpox and develop a program to eliminate it so completely the only place it would exist would be in truthful textbooks describing its total, utter failure as a political economic system.

    Here's the exchange between CNSNews and One of Obama's Eugenicists, John Holdren

    White House Science Czar Says He Would Use ?Free Market? to ?De-Develop the United States? | CNSnews.com

    CNSNews.com asked: “You wrote ‘a massive campaign must be launched to restore a high quality environment in North America and to de-develop the United States’ in your book Human Ecology. Could you explain what you meant by de-develop the United States?”

    Holdren responded: “What we meant by that was stopping the kinds of activities that are destroying the environment and replacing them with activities that would produce both prosperity and environmental quality. Thanks a lot.”

    CNSNews.com then asked: “And how do you plan on implementing that?”

    “Through the free market economy,” Holdren said.

    CNSNews.com also asked Holdren to comment on the declaration he made in 1995 along with co-authors Paul Ehrlich and Gretchen Daily of Stanford University that mankind needed to “face up” to “a world of zero net physical growth” that would require reductions in consumption.

    “We know for certain, for example, that: No form of material growth (including population growth) other than asymptotic growth is sustainable,” Holdren, Ehrlich and Daily wrote in an essay for the World Bank titled, “The Meaning of Sustainability.”

    “Many of the practices inadequately supporting today’s population of 5.5 billion people are unsustainable; and [a]t the sustainability limit, there will be a tradeoff between population and energy-matter throughput per person, hence, ultimately, between economic activity per person and well-being per person,” Holdren, Ehrlich and Daily wrote. “This is enough to say quite a lot about what needs to be faced up to eventually (a world of zero net physical growth), what should be done now (change unsustainable practices, reduce excessive material consumption, slow down population growth), and what the penalty will be for postponing attention to population limitation (lower well-being per person).”

    Al Qaeda can't even dream of doing the damage to the USA that the Obama Administration is planning and implementing
     
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    THAT'S what you got from the report? :cuckoo: Good Lord, there must be a full moon. The loons are out in full force today.
     
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    The right thinks it's OK to have as many people as possible.

    Why?

    Because Jesus is coming and he is going to take all the "good, white" people to heaven. Then they'll be plenty of room.

    Please Jesus, can you make it "soon"?
     
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    Today, I move Alcoa from "hold" to "buy".
     
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    And how is the left different? Supporting open borders and inviting anyone who wants to live here to come?
     
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    Why dosen't some major LMSM news outfit like Jon Stewart or Colbert ask these questions?
     
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    Um, what? :confused:
     
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    This is part and parcel of progressivism. Man is bad. And the more developed and wealthier man is, the worse he is. So Africans living in mud huts are great. Europeans living in apartments are awful. Americans living in subdivisions are the worst.
    Never mind that the Americans have contributed to the well being of the planet, producing cleaner water and air, than the Africans, who tend to pollute indiscriminately.
     
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    Obama to USA: Get Poor and Die and not necessarily in that order

    “We know for certain, for example, that: No form of material growth (including population growth) other than asymptotic growth is sustainable,” Holdren, Ehrlich and Daily wrote in an essay for the World Bank titled, “The Meaning of Sustainability.”
     

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